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... BBQ was being provided for us, double bonus! Thursday 17 July: it's not reassuring when you read the forecast is for a 90% chance of rain..... I grabbed my lightweight rain jacket rather than the full shebang, a stupid stupid move on my behalf. When one is in a subtropical jungle one should not expect the forecasted rain to be a brief or light event. We started off at the Bird Park, getting there around 09:30. By 09:45 I was soaked to the bone! The lightening and ...
... but this was something else. At one point a guy in another bed threatened to throw something at him. To my amazement, I asked Matt about it in the morning and he claimed to have had a poor night's sleep. It's fair to say that he got a few more hours than the rest of us.
If the broken sleep wasn't bad enough, when we got up in the morning we were greeted by the kind of torrential downpour that made Recife's rain look tame in comparison. We ...
... to the falls in the morning and spent the best part of 8 hours in amongst this marvellous wonder.
We began by walking around the board walk trails. Each time we came to a lookout we were in awe of how big it was.
The falls just kept on going as well and you could never see all of them at once ...
... views in. On our way back to the hostel Kelsey, Ami and I stopped at the supermarket. Our fajitas (without tortillas) and a bottle of wine finished the day off perfectly! Omer and Adam had returned from Paraguay so they joined us at our wine party and we taught them how to play our new (and only) card game. Adam loved it, Omer wasn't so keen as he kept losing. They then amazed us with their communication ...
Puerto Iguazu - 13 and 14 May
Next stop - Puerto Iguazu to see the spectacular Iguazu Falls. A quick 1.5 hour flight north west from Buenos Aires and we arrive.
Iguazu Falls is one of our many South American bucket list items. Bordering Argentina and Brazil, it is made up of a collection of 275 ...